|Paula Baum Family Collection 1776-1982|
David Baum (1869-1954) was born in Wittelsberg, Germany. From 1907 on, he worked as a cultural clerk of the Jewish Community of Elmshorn, leading prayer services; teaching; and ritual slaughtering. During World War I, David served in the German Army, receiving the Ehrenkreuz fuer Kriegsteilnehmer. - In 1905, David Baum married Paula Vandewart (1885-1978) from Lendershausen. They had two children: Bertha (1906- 1982?) and Rudolf, called Ralph (1907-1984)...
Keywords: Synagogue architecture; World War, 1914-1918; Genealogy; Genealogy
|David Mandl Collection -1945 - Mandl, David, 1871-1945|
Documents, certificates, correspondence, and advertisements regarding David Mandls early life and career as a hat manufacturer in Vienna, service in World War I, emigration to the United States in 1940, and subsequent efforts to assist relatives and friends who remained in Germany and Austria. The collection also contains newspaper clippings, and Mandls notebooks and writings, primarily on historical topics
Keywords: Jewish businesspeople; Genealogy; Hat trade; Textile industry
|Toni and Gustav Stolper Collection 1866-1990 - Stolper, Gustav, 1888-1947|
MICROFILMED MATERIALS [MF 481]:
Keywords: Deutsche Demokratische Partei; Divorce settlements; Domestic life; Economic history; Economists; Editors; Genealogy; Liberalism; National socialism; Politicians; Refugees; Women; Women; Zionism
|George L. Mosse Collection 1878-2001 - Mosse, George L., 1918-1999|
[ART AND OBJECTS COLLECTION]
Keywords: Mosse, George L. 1918-1999; Landerziehungsheim Schondorf; Antisemitism; Bibliographies; Genealogy; Restitution; Universities and colleges; Youth movement; Zionism
|Laqueur Family Collection 1850-1996 - Laqueur family|
This collection focuses on Anna Laqueur (nee Levy) (1850-1932), who became a matriach of the extended Laqueur-Levi family. Her spirited correspondence with her husband Siegfried Laqueur, a successful entrepreneuer, with her sons, her brother, her sisters, with an ever growing number of nephews and nieces, as well as her family's correspondence with her, reached an astounding volume. While it was possible to trace the lineage of the Laqueur family it required an extraordinary amount of patience a...
Keywords: Freud, Sigmund 1856-1939; Genealogy; Genealogy; Assimilation; Domestics; Education, Higher; Intellectual life; Poetry